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Postby Bagheera » Fri May 19, 2017 10:11 am

I have no issue with the uniforms, since they look like actual military uniforms. I appreciated Enterprise for giving the crew uniforms that seemed halfway plausible, just as I appreciated the TOS movies which likewise at least gave lip service to something resembling a dress uniform. But the fact is that Starfleet seems to change up their uniforms ever few years, so this is no biggie.

Press releases have explicitly stated that this show is set in the prime timeline, so there's no point speculating about that.

As for the rest, we'll have to wait and see. It at least looks good so far, and I like what I've seen of the cast. Not much to work with beyond that.
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Postby jcmoorehead » Fri May 19, 2017 10:22 am

View Original Postcyharding wrote:Other than what we see in Generations, I thought there wasn't anymore said about B. Am I mistaken here.


There wasn't it pretty much launched and got blown up, that's why I think it'd be interesting to see how things might have panned out differently for it in the alternate timeline. Didn't really mean too much more than that really, just be interesting to see if maybe there was a knock on effect on the other Enterprise variants.

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Postby silvermoonlight » Fri May 19, 2017 10:42 am

View Original Postcyharding wrote:It's Patrick Stewart. What the hell are you are going to do? :shrug:


Use there imagination create possible new holodeck plays based on our themes and ideas which are relevant to our world in the present plus its an alternative universe Shakespeare might not be a famous writer and WW2 might not have happened world earths history could be very really different. Don't get me wrong I love Patrick Stewart and I love him in NG and I am in no way poking at him more the writers for missing an opportunity to make up new stories and creative ideas.

If there clever about it they could poke fun at fantasy literature I mean even in the originals series I always found it weird that no one wanted to fight a dragon on the holodeck like I would think if most people had a holodeck the first thing they'd want to do is play out there childhood fantasies be they killing dragons or seeing dinosaurs in the flesh.
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